Pair of Neoclassical busts by Paolo Andrea Triscornia


Marble sculptures by
Paolo Andrea Triscornia

( Carrara 1757-1833)

Pair of neoclassical busts depicting,
Eugenio Beauharnis
(vice king of the kingdom of Italy)
Augusta of Bavaria
(queen of saxony)

H 70,5 – L 50 – P 31 cm.

Paolo Triscornia was appointed professor at the Carrara academy in 1803 and in the Napoleonic period he made a series of portraits for the imperial family ,
Including Paolina Borghese and Giuseppe Bonaparte.
Many of his works are now preserved in the Hermitage Museum.

Categories: Sculptures


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